The New Scrambled – Upcycled eggs for Easter

It’s Easter weekend, so we went looking in our vast library of past issues for a little treat, and discovered this shoot by DECO contributor Maranda Engelbrecht in our 2011 Revamp Issue. It’s a lavish tongue-in-cheek take/twist on eggs – eggs like you’ve never seen them before. Perhaps one of our most avant-garde shoots to date. Enjoy the opulence…

Above Truffle and caviar eggs with blackberries and bronze fennel

Above Devilled anchovy eggs with coppa salami and purple basil Below Marbled eggs with pomegranate-cumin sauce

DECO Idea Upcycle old, chipped crockery by first breaking it into interesting shapes and then glueing the pieces together to create these one-of-a-kind egg cups. They’re great for displaying. Just watch out for the sharp shards, though…

* Photographs: Gerda Genis/FotoFactory/Nikon

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